Sometimes IRS Appeals is necessary. When you are grappling with an IRS problem you won’t get much help from IRS employees. In most cases, you should be able to resolve your case with a lower-level IRS employee. But, in some cases (such as a denial of deductions) it may be necessary to file an Appeal […]
The process of fighting IRS Examinations is fully covered in "Audits" You can follow the Prep Steps to gather all the documents & information to win your case against the IRS!
Here are some general articles on Audits:
One of the most common reasons why people lose against the IRS is because their documents are lost, unavailable or too expensive to obtain. Assuming that you can afford to obtain the records, how do you find lost documents? Why Does the IRS Want the Documents? Before you answer that question, you need to know […]
When you are going through an Audit, you will be contacted by an IRS agent. If you owe the IRS any taxes, they will send an IRS Revenue Officer to investigate. So, in this article we are discussing the powers of IRS Agents. Essentially, the IRS agents are charged with ensuring the accuracy of returns […]
When approached by the IRS for an audit or collections many people believe that by cooperating with the IRS then it shows their good faith and the IRS will leave them alone. That is actually true – up to a point. You must show your credibility & honesty through the presentation of your evidence. But, […]
An assessment is the formal recording of a taxpayer’s tax liability. However, this simple definition fails to alert you to the vast division between not owing and owing the IRS, which will bring a myriad of procedural rules to follow. Once the IRS places your debt into their system it is an “assessment” and they […]